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Data Manager

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Mill Hill County High School


NJC 35-38 - £32,628 - £35,286
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
21 February 2018

Job overview

Full time – 36 hours per week

We have an excellent opportunity for a member of staff to join a thriving and successful north London comprehensive school as a Data Manager.

The person appointed will be responsible for all aspects of the school’s data including the management and co-ordination of SIMS, oversight of assessment and reporting, providing training to other staff and liaising with external providers. You will be directly responsible to one of the Assistant Headteachers and will work in a friendly and supportive office.

Applications will be considered immediately upon receipt and we reserve the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date.

For further details and an application form please visit our web site (www.mhchs.org.uk). Please email completed application forms to wynneh@mhchs.org.uk.

Closing date 9am Wednesday 21st February 2018.

Mill Hill County High School is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks, including enhanced DBS clearance.

Mill Hill County High School
Worcester Crescent, London NW7 4LL
Tel: 020 8238 8184 – www.mhchs.org.uk



About Mill Hill County High School

About Us

The School was founded in 1985 with the amalgamation of 3 former schools.  It has created a forward-looking curriculum which  "provides superbly" for the needs of students, according to Ofsted. 

Secondary  education in Barnet is provided by fully selective schools, single sex  schools, schools with religious affiliations and non-denominational  comprehensive schools, such as our own; in order  to maintain a balanced intake and in line with our specialisms, we  allocate 10% of places on the basis of technological aptitude, 10% on  musical aptitude and 5% on dance aptitude.

The  School is highly traditional in its approach to student behaviour and  attitudes. Students are expected to wear our distinctive uniform in a  conventional manner, i.e. with collars buttoned, shirts  tucked in etc. While all members of the School community are expected  to behave respectfully to one another, there is an explicit expectation  that students will respect their elders, maintaining a wholly courteous  manner towards teaching and support staff,  adult visitors and members of the general public. In classes, every  student is expected to be trying to be a pleasure to teach. 

In  contrast to the nationwide decrease in levels of extracurricular  activity and school trips, the staff of Mill Hill County High School  place great value upon the learning experiences which can be  provided by sports teams, musical ensembles, dramatic and dance  productions, clubs of every sort and educational visits. The School’s  extracurricular programme is exceptional and represents a vast amount of  voluntary effort on the part of staff; students are  expected to avail themselves of appropriate opportunities and to learn  the virtues of loyalty and faithfulness. 

Our Facilities

The  School has excellent facilities accommodated in buildings of varying  age and quality, laid out in a rather complicated manner.

The  oldest buildings were opened in 1957 on a spacious 21 acre site, with  extensive playing fields, on the edge of the Green Belt. Additions and  improvements have been made as follows: a purpose built  Sixth Form Centre (1993); a major refurbishment of the Technology  Centre (1993); the Fey Centre for IT (1995); the Weston Centre for Media  (1996); a £1.2m suite of rooms accommodating art and 4 science  laboratories (1999); a £3m extension accommodating English,  Music, Dance/Drama teaching rooms and a splendid new library (2003), a new 7 room maths block (2015) and a new  extension in 2019 providing 5 History classrooms, a Sociology room and a  new Dance studio.  In addition, in 2019, a new sixth form study area  has also been opened.  

The  School has excellent facilities accommodated in buildings of varying  age and quality, laid out in a rather complicated manner. 

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Applications closed